Interested in transparent flexible memory?

Subject: General Tech | January 19, 2016 - 03:44 PM |
Tagged: STT-MRAM, pcram, RRAM, memristor

With the rise of new memory technologies such as HBM for volatile memory and new applications for non-volatile memory there has been a lot of research on new types of memory.  In the past we have discussed such technologies as Spin Transfer Torque Magnetic (STT-MRAM), Phase Change(PCRAM), Ferroelectric (FeRAM), and Resistive RAM known alternatively as either RRAM or Memristors which are all being developed to push performance past the limits of the current materials used in manufacturing RAM.

These advances are not the only ones being worked on, for instance two groups in Korea are working on using indium zinc oxide (IZO) alongside nanowires and other transparent conducting oxides to create flexible ReRAM devices with 80% transparency.  This is perfect for usage in flexible displays and wearable devices which would benefit from being flexible. It could even create the case modders dream, transparent SSDs Read more about their research at Nanotechweb.

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"Alternative, non-volatile memory devices are in high demand as miniaturization brings the current state-of-the art silicon-based flash systems to their scaling limit. Now researchers in Korea have used indium zinc oxide (IZO) electrodes to produce non-volatile resistive memory (ReRAM) devices that are also transparent and flexible, offering benefits for applications in displays."

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